Every year the capital of Massachusetts attracts thousands of tourists. And there’s nothing surprising in this - Boston was the cradle of the American Revolution. This is the place, from which the War for Independence from Britain started. Besides the places that are connected to the history of the USA, Boston is the city where tourists will find many interesting art galleries and museums, wonderful parks, good shopping centres and splendid restaurants.
Freedom Trail is a 4-kilometer way that intersects the centre of Boston and connects 16 the most important sights of the city. The trail is marked with the red line. Freedom Trail starts in Boston Common Park, the oldest public park in the USA; the British used to camp in its territory during 1775-1776. In tourist offices visitors are welcome to get a brochure and a map of the itinerary 'Freedom Trail'. From the park the trail goes to The State House, which was built when America got independence. Nowadays, the house is occupied by the government of Massachusetts.